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live from the channel 4 studios in boston, this is wbz news at noon. a 13-year old girl kidnaped and raped on her way to school held captive for more than 2 hours, alleged attacker has been caught. >> police say her attention to defail was key to making an arrest. >> reporter: 21-year old mateo just appeared before a judge literally minutes ago all of this in connection with the alleged kidnaping and rape of a 13-year old child while walking to school. i want to get you right to a photo of mateo as he was handcuffed yesterday.
police say he kidnaped and raped a 13-year odd while walking to school happening on phillips avenue where he allegedly grabbed the child and forced her into a second floor apartment. police say he raped appeared assaulted that teen for 2 hours before releasing her under the threat of not telling police. but the child's parent did go to police when learning of this alleged rape. the child gave police a very detailed account and description of the suspect and the apartment where s taken. and police were able to quickly make an arrest for mateo. again, that arraignment happening just moments ago. i can tell you he was wearing a gps monitoring device for what we're told was a past pretrial probation case dealing with extortion. he facialed that judge just a short time ago and he is due back in court on
the city of boston. you can see the charles river on the right side of your screen. the head of the charles this weekend. the sun is trying to peek out in some spots. >> well, a 50-50 weekend. it will become chilly and windy for the entire weekend as well. right now on radar we have a couple of areas of r to move into the area and zooming in locally we don't have any heavy downpours at this time per se, but we do still have some areas of fog and a little bit of drizzle, a couple spots of rain trying to develop across western massachusetts and that's going to push to the northeast. another batch of rain well to the south of cape cod. visibility has improved in a lot of spots but still pretty low in
hour by hour timing here's 1 puppet some of the models this afternoon have backed off on some of the rainfall with but still heavy downpours through 7 p.m. tonight and 11 p.m. as well. headed to the charles regatta it's going to be a breezy afternoon there 62 degrees with falling temperatures lingering showers, sunday the drier of the 2 days but windy, could gust up to 45 miles per hour. coming up in just a bit how much rain we could see because bit, the latest on that and your 7-day forecast. today a teen is being held on a hundred thousand dollars bail accused of firing a shot that hit a boy in his own bedroom. we're live in chelsea where the suspect was in court. . >> reporter: prosecutors say 19 19-year old garcia is a gang member. he hid behind a door in
a shooting in chelsea that led to a stray bullet hitting a 13-year old inside his apartment. the teen arrived home from the hospital last night with the bullet still lodged in his back. he says he was of watching tv on the third floor when he heard the sound of gunshots on the street below. he says when he we want to check out the commotion he was hit. prosecutors say the stray bullet came from garcia. . >> he was of the east side gang. he exited the vehicle and opened fire into the crowd. after firing 6 to 8 shots he rushed to the vehicle. . >> reporter: the defense attorney says garcia -- the defense attorney argued garcia was identified as a suspect based only on witness accounts. he's being held on $100,000 cash
. right now a new look at north carolina where donald trump is expected to speak to supporters in just minutes. the republican is fresh off a night of trading barbs with hillary clinton. the two sat just feet from one another. the event taughted as a roost turned icy quickly. . >> reporter: hillary clinton and donald trump head their separate ways today come paining key battle ground states. they were together thursday night for a charity dinner that's supposed to include got natured ribbing. >> this is the first time ever, ever that hillary is sitting down and speaking to major corporate leaders and not getting paid for it.
if she loses the torch and tablet and changes her hair. >> reporter: but the roost turned icy when the jokes took on a more personal tone. >> hillary is so corrupt she got kicked off the water gate commission. . >> reporter: trump is facing another shake up in his campaign staff. murphy his national political director has resigned less election day. sources tell cbs news he made the decision after the release of the 2005 billy bush tape showing trump talking about forcing himself on women. >> we shouldn't tolerate this behavior from any man let alone a man who wants to be the president. >> reporter: michelle obama slammed trump's treatment of women. . >> and trump's campaign may be
the latest poll shows hassan pulling away from ayotte. in the race for u.s. senate. it puts hassan with 48% of the vote compared to 39% for ayotte. it's the first time this year either candidate has shown a significant lead. well this just in 2 men have pleaded not guilty to the setting of an explosion in downtown salem. this bombing destroyed a newspaper box belonging to the rainbow times. community and workers believe that this was a hate crime. although the 2 men are only facing charges of property damage. a robbery and it's caught on camera. a man walks into a bank on broadway right up to the teller and you can see him pull out a gun as he demands cash from that teller and grabs it in fistfuls. he left in a royal blue car. if you have any
a mom caught on camera stealing thousands of dollars of products from the apple store. police say the group surrounded the display and cut the cords and took off. investigators say the thieves got away with 19 iphones worth about $13,000. police believe this same group might be connected to a similar robbery a few weeks ago. police are searching for the driver of this car which crashed into a home this morning. police say they're not sure who or how many people were inside when the car ran into the wilson street house. luckily no one inside was hurt. a woman missing for more than a day found safe in a swamp. the 45-year old was carried out of the woods and into that ambulance early this morning. she was taken to the hospital and is said to be in good health. the find came after police and k-9 units spent hours searching the woods near her home.
surrounding agencies as well as k-9 unit who ultimately was the -- was responsible for finding her. we're very very pressure active. >> she hadn't been seen his early benefits morning. are still investigating. federal investigators are looking into the case of police chief campanello he's accused of inappropriate conduct with 2 women and destroying evidence on his cell phone. the over to the u.s. attorney's office and state attorney general. he's on paid leave until his retirement in january. the patriots will practice in foxboro today before leaving for pittsburgh tomorrow. they're gearing up for sunday's show down with the steelers and some good news gronkowski is no longer listed on the injury report. we'll get you ready tonight on patriots all access. it starts at 7 right here on wbz. you can catch all the
we'll start with game day at 11:30, pats and cell letters kick off at 4:25 followed by the 5th quarter post game show. children's hospital getting approval for a major expansion but likely to be the ends of a beloved green space. the council has signed off on the controversial one billion dollar product. a highrise will replace the garden. the hospital says the expansion will include a new green space. . >> the garden is a loss to all of us. but the needs of the children, the needs of the families, the needs of the staff is first and foremost. >> my brother's ashes were scattered in that garden when he died at the age of 12, and essentially this decision in regard to the garden where they're going to essentially destroy the garden means that his remains are going to be
supporters says the board of health's ruling been appealed, and court action is still a possibility. . the gate surrounding the site of the ore plan dough nightclub attacked with opened for the first time to re view a new memorial. friends, family appeared survivors came to the memorial. the heart was unveiled on spirit day a day designed to stand up against bullying against the lgbt communities. coming up the special language in search for her next home. >> and too much tv, what doctors say is the right amount of screen time for your toddlers. >> plus the incredible moment for some lucky whale watchers right here in boston. we'll tell you about it when we come back. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data.
get a loving and new home. >> pigeon is deaf but determined. the 2-year old mix was rescued from a high kill shelter last summer. she's become a staff favorite. . >> she's deaf and so a lot of people just aren't sure how to deal with a deaf dog but we've been teaching her hand signals for some of her commands basic dog sign language and things you hearing dog. >> the staff says her new owner just needs a little patience. the humane society has waived her adoption fee and will send her home with a $500 care package. . >> we were all just chatting and we all got our dogs from she wenters and they were rescue dogs. it's so great. >> now, they're spoiled rotten
>> and when i teach my dogs tricks -- dogs, my one dog the hand signals he seems to be more responsive to hand signals any way versus my voice to that's a good point you brought up. >> yeah. well, not so cute the forecast today. although -- oh, some sunshine some blue sky in between the cloud. we had a foggy start we still have fog out there in worcester county buhi starting to clear up and we have big changes in the forecast for this weekend. cooler temperatures arrive but it does turn windy too, heavy rain maybe a thunderstorm this evening especially and some major leaf drop, especially north. current radar picture we will show that we don't have any steady rain in eastern massachusetts but there's a line of rain to our
souther and this pushing north, northeast ward so we have one good batch along here but then this potential right here could move into east massachusetts later today. hour by hour matches up with what the radar has. speeding things up to 1:00 still more rain. with that surge of rain coming in from the south onto cape cod and the islands by 5:00 and the spoke model a little different than what we showed you this morning things shifting farther to t some spot showers to potentially heavy downpours from time to time 11. tonight. now, overnight we'll still get . it looks like saturday morning waking up to patchy fog once again, spotty showers and heavy rain moves in late saturday afternoon. you'll want the rain gear with you tonight into tomorrow just in case you might see a few peeps of sunshine saturday afternoon, but then check it out, see the blue here that means some snow for
sunday. it's the season. this surge of cold air moves ind we could see a few flurries to 1 to 3 inches of snow accumulation and i know the ski resorts are excited about that. for us we're tracking the rain potential through saturday night around half an inch of rain. now, isolated spots could see that 1 to 3-inch rain but realistically things look to have backed off. we'll keep up to dateec watchers. visibility still reduced in some spots, worcester 2 and a half miles or less but good visibility farther to the south and east. the wind helping to mix out some of that fog. we have a temperature of 72 degrees, very warm and very uncomfortable with the high humidity out there. 74 taunton, today yes, temperatures will be in the mid-70s with a little bit of gusty southeast wind but
and then he want wind takes over and the cold air surges in. projected wind gusts 30 to 45 pipes per hour and sunday it going to be a gusty windy fallish day. temperatures falling throughout the day on saturday in your 7-day forecast with scattered rain and 54 degrees on sunday, windy conditions more 50s for monday, a spot shower or 2, tuesday, wednesday, highs in the 40s. back to you. bu depth of the ocean but then 10 whales appear. all of it caught on camera by people out on a whale watch. >> people really got their money's worth. >> for sure. next time you call in sick for work for a mental health day you better be careful with your story. >> that's because more employers are checking up on those sick days. according to a new survey from career builder a third of businesses say they actually try
some even drive by the employee's house. about 35% of workers admit they've faked being sick, the most popular reasons needing to relax having a doctors appointment and just not feeling like going to work. so i guess -- . >> you should make sure your car is in the driveway. >> or don't call out sick when you're not actually sick. >> one of 2 you can pick. >> honesty is the best policy. coming u shoppers. >> why apple has been scouring
imagine if your child were trapped in a failing school. imagine if your child couldn't read or write at grade level. imagine if your child were stuck on a waiting list. 32,000 kids want to go to a public charter school. but they can't. if you like your public school, question 2 won't affect you. but for kids stuck in failing school districts, question 2 will let parents choose something better and give all our kids hope.
first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. independence usa pac is responsible
welcome back. a warning for amazon shoppers most of the apple products on the site are fake. apple said it did some of its of the apple claimed were are actually counter fit. apple is suing a new jersey company that says it's behind many of those products. and a new smart crib promise to say rock your babies to sleep in minutes. it uses white noise to recreate the sound and infant heard in the womb and variety of rocking motions. engineers helped in the design but rest doesn't come cheap. it costs
saying earlier why couldn't they come up with an adult version of this? >> i know. we will pitch that to them. in the health watch this noon doctors are releasing new recommendses for tv time. >> 18 months and younger should get to screen time. kids under 5 should get an hour a day in front of a screen monitored. . coming up next an ode to love for the next generation. >> cher and james corden put ago spin on a classic. we're experiencing some peeks of sunshine. temperatures in the 60s and 70s out there. jack as 70 degrees with a partly
welcoming up today at 5 ballet students on pointe getting ready to take center stages, how they're preparing for their big debut. that's ahead on wbz news at 5. and this new re make on a classic. >> cher joined james corden last night. . >> ? you can see more of james corden right here weeknights at 12:37 a.m. . >> it said cher on the script so i thought we were going to have a guest appearance but we didn't. >> i appreciate that hair-do.
we'll see i back here on monday morning. i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too. please join me in
voting no on question 2. you know me. that's new hampshire kelly ayotte. this is washington kelly ayotte. she voted for 20 billion dollars in tax breaks for the big oil companies. but she voted against
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